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rotfl

(also rofl)
written abbreviation for rolling on the floor laughing: used, for example in an internet chat room , to show that you think something is very funny
Translations of “rotfl”
in Chinese (Traditional) 笑得在地上打滾, 非常可笑,令人捧腹…
in Chinese (Simplified) 笑得在地上打滚, 非常可笑,令人捧腹…
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